Hundreds participate for Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Whack! Smack! These were the constant sounds going back and forth during the pickleball finals at the Thomas Jefferson Community Center in Arlington.
On a seemingly ordinary day, a fight occurs at a high school when Travis, a bully, confronts his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend, Nate.
In an era of “Top Chef” and other popular televised cooking competitions, it is hard to imagine a more grueling test than those on TV, dramatized with musical scores and commercial breaks.
Event benefits Canine Companions for Independence.
The first annual DogFest Walk ‘N Roll in the area kicked off early Saturday morning, Sept. 13, as close to 30 teams queued up on Pentagon Row to support Canine Companions for Independence.
Fifty-four cars and trucks were displayed on the front lawns of the Arlington Council on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 6.
Michele Shay tackles August Wilson drama she helped originate on Broadway.
No Rules Theatre Co. opens their new season with “Seven Guitars” written by August Wilson and directed by Tony Award nominated actress Michele Shay, Sept. 10-28, at Signature Theatre.
“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs for Sept. 13-20.
From Aug. 6-10, the Arlington County Fair will be in full gear featuring live performances, competitions, carnival rides and more. The free event, which has been going on for more than 35 years, has a mission to “showcase the best of Arlington.”
The WGCC Lightning swimmers have just completed one of the most successful seasons in the team's history.
Signature Theatre held its annual open house on Saturday, Aug. 2.
Events for those 55 or older.
Brian Childers brings a Hollywood legend to life in this musical.
Actor Brian Childers has been playing Hollywood star Danny Kaye in numerous incarnations for 13 years. He will be returning to The American Century Theater in Arlington for “An Evening with Danny Kaye” from Friday, July 18 through Saturday, Aug. 16 at the Gunston Arts Center, Gunston Theatre 2, Arlington. This show is part of the Robert M. McElwaine Reflections series.
Vinyl records are back in style, especially with young listeners.
In an age when music is always digitally accessible via apps like Spotify and iHeart Radio, consumers in their 30s, 20s and even teens are opting to purchase vinyl copies of their favorite albums.
Musical comedy spoof of 1940s film noir on stage through July 6.
Signature Theater is closing out its 2013-14 season with the world premiere of the screwball musical comedy, “Cloak and Dagger,” on stage through July 6.
The Blues returned to the Pike on Saturday afternoon, June 14.